The former deputy leader of Norfolk County Council has turned novelist, drawing on his own years of experience working in cancer research for his mystery thriller.
A north Norfolk family business has won gold at a prestigious awards ceremony for a product which ensures both parents and newborns get to sleep like babies.
Roger Law, the co-creator of Spitting Image, has revealed the outrageous satirical puppets may be set for a television return - in America.
Explore almost 150 years of our region’s history by volunteering in a fascinating new project to digitise this newspaper’s archive.
A north Norfolk author and preacher is hoping his latest book will take victims of traumatic events on a journey of spiritual, physical and emotional healing.
Healthcare staff across Norfolk are being offered rewards ranging from shopping gift cards to prize draw entries to entice them to have a free flu jab.
Everything from village shops and Facebook to smelly people and Morecambe and Wise is covered in the latest volume by Sheringham-based author Ryan Pugh.
This week our financial columnist looks at how pensions fare across the globe – and which country is the wealthiest when it comes to their state pension
Some of the UK’s biggest supermarkets and online stores are recalling products due to fears they may contain harmful chemicals and deadly bacteria.
A North Walsham writer has described his excitement at publishing his first book.
A retired nurse from Norfolk has highlighted the county’s role in the Peasants’ Revolt of 1381 in an historical novel.
Pupils at one north Norfolk school will have slightly divided loyalties when England take on Colombia in the World Cup.
More than 60 people turned out to the launch of twin exhibitions at Sheringham Museum charting the life and work of one of the most highly regarded photographers of the 20th century.
A grey seal is fighting for life after becoming entangled in carelessly discarded plastic fishing netting which has created a wound around his neck.
The life and times of one of the most fascinating photographers of the 20th century is to be covered in two planned exhibitions.
Open for exactly two-thirds of the RAF’s 100 years, the airfield at Coltishall had a special place in the hearts of its air- and ground-crew. Former Group Captain Ian Hall recalls his days at ‘Colt’.
He turned an old farm into a booming delivery firm. Then five years ago he lost it all in a battle with his bank. The dispute still stops Paul and Jane Clark from moving on today.
As the curtain continues to rise on Norfolk’s community theatre scene, reporter Donna-Louise Bishop explores the reasons behind its enduring appeal.
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